R v Tan (Moira)

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Year1893
Date1893
CourtCourt of Criminal Appeal
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  • Foy v an T-Ard Chlaraitheoir and Others
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 9 July 2002
    ...EX PARTE P & G 1996 2 FLR 90 P V S & CORNWALL CO COUNCIL 1996 ECR C- 13/94 EEC DIR 76/207 ART 5(1) EEC DIR 76/207 ART 2(2) R V TAN & ORS 1983 QB 1053 SEXUAL OFFENCES ACT 1956 S30 (UK) SEXUAL OFFENCES ACT 1967 S5 (UK) BIRTHS & DEATHS REGISTRATION ACT 1953 S29(3) J V J 1998 1 AER 431 CONSTIT......
  • Bellinger v Bellinger
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 17 July 2001
    ...can throw any light upon the modern position. None of them departs to any marked extent from the approach of Ormrod J in Corbett. 58 In R v Tan [1983] QB 1053, the criteria in Corbett were applied to the criminal law. The Court of Appeal rejected a submission that if a person had become ph......
  • R JK v The Registrar General for England and Wales The Secretary of State for the Home Department and Others (Interested Parties)
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
    • 20 April 2015
    ...that biological criteria – based on chromosomal, gonadal and genital tests – determined gender at birth ( Corbett v Corbett [1971] PR 83; R v Tan [1983] QB 1053). The applicant in Goodwin was a post-operative male to female transsexual, who claimed that her rights under (amongst others) art......
  • Goodwin v United Kingdom
    • United Kingdom
    • 11 July 2002
    ...[1992] 3 All ER 577, [1992] ECR I-4297, ECJ. R v Secretary of State for Social Services, ex p Hooker (1993, unreported), CA. R v Tan [1983] QB 1053, [1983] 2 All ER 12, [1983] 3 WLR 361, Rees v UK[1993] 2 FCR 49, (1986) 9 EHRR 56, ECt HR. Sheffield and Horsham v UK[1998] 3 FCR 141, [1998] 2......
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4 books & journal articles
  • Offences of Absolute Liability
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Journal of Criminal Law, The No. 63-6, December 1999
    • 1 December 1999
    ...ofthenatureoftheactivities carried on inthe club, there seems to be no doubt: they were within the terms used inR v Tanandors [1983] 1 QB 1053. If, therefore, it could be said thatthelicensees were aware of this activity, it could hardly be saidthattheyhad carriedouttheir obligationsunderr ......
  • Offences of Absolute Liability
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Journal of Criminal Law, The No. 63-6, December 1999
    • 1 December 1999
    ...ofthenatureoftheactivities carried on inthe club, there seems to be no doubt: they were within the terms used inR v Tanandors [1983] 1 QB 1053. If, therefore, it could be said thatthelicensees were aware of this activity, it could hardly be saidthattheyhad carriedouttheir obligationsunderr ......
  • TRANSSEXUALS AND SEX DETERMINATION
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Journal No. 1992, December 1992
    • 1 December 1992
    ...22 Corbett has been accepted as correctly elucidating the law pertaining to sex determination by the English Court of Appeal in R v. Tan[1983] Q.B 1053. Moreover, in a complaint by a British transsexual to the European Court of Human Rights in Rees v. United Kingdom[1987] 2 F.L.R. 111 that ......
  • Left in Legal Limbo: Transsexual Identity and the Law
    • Canada
    • Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform No. 7, January 2001
    • 1 January 2001
    ...,, 22 00 00 11 677 F EE AA TT UU RR EE AA RR TT II CC LL EE 8 [1970] 2 All. E.R. 33 (P.B.D.) [hereinafter Corbett ]. 9 Ibid. at 48. 10 [1983] Q.B. 1053 (C.A.) [hereinafter Tan ]. Although beyond the scope of this paper, the question arises in this case as to whether it is appropriate to hav......

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